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  • Procurement and Contract Services Essentials Guide
    This is a handy reference guide to successful contracting and procurement at OSU. This guide covers a little bit of everything from personal services contracts to issuing a formal procurement Invitation to Bid. You may also view the Quick Reference Guide for guidelines on Goods and Services Purchasing and Personal Services Contracts.
  • Business Credit Memo
    This is a one page listing that includes pertinent information requested on most credit applications. Please contact Procurement if you need a copy of this.
  • Oregon State University (OSU) Tax Exempt Status
    OSU exists pursuant to state law and is governed by the Oregon State University Board of Trustees. OSU, as a state institution, generally is not subject to taxation under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (Code). The OSU tax exemption flows from Code §115 and the rule that federal tax provisions do not apply to integral units of state government, unless the Code expressly makes the provisions applicable to state governments. Please note that the policy does not address sales tax. Sales Tax exemption varies by state, but it is always a good idea to attempt to negotiate a waiver of the sales tax on orders placed to out of state vendors. Just be aware that depending on the state’s nonresident sales tax policy, OSU may be required to pay sales tax. You may contact Procurement and Contracts for assistance with sales tax charges over $250 per transaction, but there is no guarantee the sales tax can be waived.
  • Division 62
    Personal or Professional Services Contracts 580-062
  • Current OSU W-9 Form
    Please contact your Business Center, our general email address or Business Affairs Accounting to request the current copy of the OSU W-9 form.
  • Certificates of Insurance
    When asked for a Certificate of Insurance (COI) you can offer the Certificate of Insurance Letter as a substitute. If a department or vendor requires a Certificate of Insurance for a contract or agreement that Procurement and Contract Services has processed for you, please work directly with Risk Management in obtaining the COI. Please allow 4-5 business days for the COI process. More information about Certificates of Insurance can be found on the Risk Management site.